Broken Arrow Community Playhouse
Broken Arrow Community Playhouse is a great place to support local theatre. This group of talented actors stage five shows throughout the year, depending on where you are.
The Main Place Theatre in Broken Area houses the Community Playhouse. It features emerging talent from the region.
Broken Arrow Community Playhouse presents five regular season plays each year. Our productions take place on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays at 2:20 PM. The BACP is an artistic, community-spirited, educational and artistic enterprise. It was established to produce dramatic events and encourage the growth and practice theatrical talent.
Incorporated in 1980.
1. A group of Broken Arrow residents formed the Broken Arrow Playhouse in 1979 to share their artistic experiences with others. The Playhouse founders wanted to do more than just put on a show. They wanted to create an organization that would be fun and vital to the community’s cultural life. The Broken Arrow Community Playhouse was established in 1980 by a community spirit. The Playhouse was created to encourage community involvement and to express the love for performing arts. The 56 charter members pooled their talents and volunteer time to create “Harvey” on April 17, 1980. For 38 years, the BACP has survived because of the outstanding and sustained example of community spirit and involvement provided by the 56 original volunteers.